I don't know if they do it differently because it is from a different country, but within the US I believe an A from one school is weighted the same as an A from another school (4.0) even if the first one was a 95 and the other one was a 92. As long as it is an A on the transcript, it is going to be counted as an A I would think.I have never seen a transcript with number grades on it, it wouldn't make much sense because different places have different scales and it's all relative.Anyone agree/disagree?
I'd love to join this LGBT club. It's the Legos, Gobots, Barbies, and other Toys group, right? I'll show up with an armful of toys.
They may only be printing out to two digits, but actually storing (many) more . We all know LSAC would NEVER do anything to violate SIGNIFICANT digits. Insignificant digits are another story, they may simply disagree with your "interpretation" of these events.
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